Cycling Nomads won best documentary at Madrid International film festival 2018
WoolfeVision handled the post-production for this film.
The film was also nominated for best editing.
We are going to Lund in Sweden for the annually Lund International Architecture Film Festival
and the CINETEKTON! International Film & Architecture Festival in Mexico.
Working on Ifa Tunde’s haunting ‘Neglecting a Child’
We had a great turn out on Fri 8 Dec at the Cinema Museum, Elephant and Castle.
A lot of support for the film and we hope to roll it out on tour. Check back to the website for updates.
Thanks to Bellatrix and Potent whisper for their splendid performances and very poignant!
THANK YOU from all of us at WoolfeVsion.
As a child, his mother tried to kill him twice, at the age of 6 he was abused in care, at 19 he was in prison. Now all he wants is for society is to give him a second chance.
Roy Eastend Boy gives an engaging insight into the life from an ex-offender’s perspective, Roy is a compelling character who speaks with certainty and a clear knowledge of himself which only the solitude of 4 prison walls can provide.
Directed and Produced by Nikita Woolfe.
Winner of Best Documentary and Grand Jury price at Exposures and Newport International Film festival.
Please ask to watch the film.
Be Inspired by amazing people… fighting for their city. The fight has only just begun.
Winner of Best Feature Doc at The European Film Festival Sep 2018 and selected for Alexandria Film Festival, Lund International Architecture Film festival, Winnipeg Architecture and Design Film Festival and many more.
Our Grenfell film is showing at MIMA Institute
The Housing Question addresses social issues relating to housing across the twentieth century and in the present. It features art, project case studies, writing, film, printed matter and archive materials dealing with living conditions, architecture and urban spaces under capitalism.
Grenfell film amongst others showing at the ICA….
Nikita is showing her films at ASH’s residency at ICA
On 22 June 2017, ASH [Architects for Social Housing ] called a meeting to discuss what really happened with the Grenfell Tower when it burned down on the 14th June. The human true toll is yet unknown. The discussion which follows not only highlights the technical causes but also the political and corporate failures of a system which is failing.
Here’s what was covered:
1Technical causes of the Grenfell Tower fire.
2 Bureaucratic and Political decisions that led to the Grenfell Tower fire.
3 The fire safety of Council Blocks
4 Opposing Estate Demolition and listening to Residents
Produced by Woolfe.vision Camera: Luc Beloix and Nikita Woolfe
Additional footage by Dan Davies @ Banyak
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